8th Annual Dermatology Conference for the Primary Care Physician
RegistrationDermatology Sept. 21, 2012 OHSU Continuing Medical Education NONPROFIT ORG. Portland, Oregon PERMIT No. 722 U.S. PostagePlease Check: PAID $195 Tuition fee $50 Lab fee for Derm ProceduresPayment method: 8th Annual___ I have enclosed my check for $____________ made payable to OHSU CME. Dermatology___ Please charge my Visa/Mastercard $________ forNumber _____________________ Exp. ________ 3-Digit Security Code ______ Primary CareConcurrent Sessions (please select one session for Updateeach time period; registration is on a space-availablebasis): 10:30 am 1:45 pm FridayFull Dermatology ___ ___ Dermatolgy September 21, 2012 Procedures* Procedures*___ Hair Loss ___ Emergencies/ Therapies Governor Hotel *additional fee/limited enrollment Portland, OregonName____________________________________ Sponsored by: Department of DermatologyDegree _______ Specialty __________________ & Division of Continuing Medical EducationAddress__________________________________ School of Medicine CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION, Oregon Health & Science UniversityCity, State ________________________________ 3181 SW SAM JACKSON PARK ROADZip ________________ PORTLAND, OR 97239-3098Phone No. ________________________________Fax No. __________________________________ MAIL CODE L602Email Address _____________________________Please return form to: CME L-602, OHSU, 3181 SWSam Jackson Park Road, Portland, OR 97239-3098. Forcredit card payment, you may fax form to 503-494-0392.
Course Description Program FacultyDermatology for Primary Care will focus on a broad Friday, September 21, 2012 All faculty listed below are from the Department of Dermatology,range of dermatologic problems commonly encountered School of Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University unlessby primary care physicians, physician assistants, nurse 7:00 Registration/Coffee otherwise noted.practitioners and other primary care providers. Highlights 7:45 Welcome and Introduction Donald Dibbern, MD, Private Practice, Portland, ORthis year include urticaria, rosacea, skin cancers and drugeruptions; oral lesions will be featured as well. Ample 8:00 Urticaria - Donald Dibbern, MD Sabra Lofgren, MD, Assistant Professortime will be provided for questions and interaction withcourse faculty. “Hands-on” dermatologic procedural skill 8:40 Rosacea - Tatyana Shaw, MD Julianne Mann, MD, Assistant Professordevelopment labs will be offered to a limited number ofparticipants. 9:15 Drug Eruptions - Eric Simpson, MD Lynne H. Morrison, MD, Associate Professor 9:55 Questions & Answers Janet Roberts, MD, Private Practice, Portland, OR; Volunteer Faculty, OHSU Course Objectives 10:10 BREAK At the conclusion of the activity participants will be able to: Tatyana Shaw, MD, Assistant Professor 10:30 Concurrent Sessions (Select one) • Better recognize skin cancers and select appropriate Eric Simpson, MD, Associate Professor biopsy techniques A. Dermatology Procedures Lab Justin Leitenberger, MD Kevin White, MD, Assistant Professor• Utilize multiple treatment methods for acne and (limited enrollment, repeated at 1:45 pm) rosacea PROGRAM PLANNING COMMITTEE • Apply improved skills in identifying and managing B. An Approach to Diffuse Hair Loss in lesions of the oral cavity Women - Janet Roberts, MD Lynne H. Morrison, MD, Program Chair, Associate Professor • Diagnose and discuss skin eruptions caused by 12:00 LUNCH prescription and over-the-counter drugs Tatyana Shaw, MD, Assistant Professor 1:00 Skin Cancer: How to Recognize, Biopsy & CREDIT Treat - Kevin White, MD General InformationOregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is 1:45 Concurrent Sessions (Select one) Location/Accommodations: The course will be held ataccredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical the Governor Hotel, 614 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR. ForEducation (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for A. Dermatology Procedures Lab reservations please call the hotel directly at 503-802-5802.physicians. Justin Leitenberger, MD You may also contact OHSU CME at 503-494-4898 or e-mail (limited enrollment, repeat of 10:30 am) email@example.com for other lodging recommendations.American Medical Association: Oregon Health & ScienceUniversity School of Medicine, Division of Continuing Medical B. Dermatologic Emergencies Tuition/Registration: The tuition fee is $195.00 andEducation designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.5 - Tatyana Shaw, MD (45 minutes) includes lunch. To help meet administrative costs, a $35AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim service charge will be assessed on all refund requestscredit commensurate with the extent of their participation in Update on Therapies (Adolescents, received by September 16, no refunds can be issued afterthe activity. Pediatrics) - Sabra Lofgren, MD that date. Registration for the dermatology procedures lab (45 minutes) is limited and there is an additional $50 fee for materials.American Academy of Family Physicians: Application forCME credit has been filed with the American Academy of 3:15 BREAK Should conditions warrant, the sponsors reserve the right toFamily Physicians. Determination of credit is pending. cancel this program with a full tuition refund. 3:30 Infestations & Infections - Julianne Mann, MDIf you have a disability and require assistance to participate in theconference, please contact the Division of CME at 503-494-8700 or 4:10 Oral Lesions - Lynne Morrison, MD Additional Information: For more information pleaseemail firstname.lastname@example.org as early as possible, but no later than ten (10) contact the Division of Continuing Medical Education atbusiness days before the meeting. 4:50 Questions & Answers 503 494-8700. You may also visit our website at www.ohsu.edu/som/cme or email us at email@example.com OHSU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. 5:00 ADJOURN